This is the chance for you and a friend to embark on the festival tour of a lifetime - taking in this year's Glastonbury Festival, Isle Of Wight Festival, T In The Park, V Festival Staffordshire and Leeds Festival.
You'll be invited as very special guests of Virtual Festivals and Oxfam, receiving a pair of tickets to all five festivals plus a digital camera (or cash if you've already got one) and an expense allowance.
The only commitments required of you are (1) that you have the best time you possibly can, and (2) You (or your friend) capture it all on camera (with captions!) to be published on Oxfam's youth entertainment website Generation Why.
This is a great opportunity to not only have the summer of your life, but also to share it with an audience of millions between the readerships of Oxfam and Virtual Festivals. You can see for yourself how much fun it is by reading the blogs of last year's winner at the bottom of this page. Plus, just by entering, you will be raising funds for Oxfam.
For your chance to win this incredible prize, all you need to do is answer this question correctly:
Oxfam goes to all the big festivals to campaign and get people involved in ending poverty. What will Oxfam be campaigning about at this year's festivals?
A - Climate change
B - Spare change
C - Sea change
Just text climate, spare or sea to 80808.
- Entry for 2 people (as a member of Oxfam's crew) to Glastonbury Festival, Isle Of Wight Festival, T In The Park, V Festival and Leeds Festival.
- A digital still camera or equivalent cash value of £100 if the winner already owns one.
- £100 spending money per event (to go towards travel and on-site expenses).
For more information on Oxfam's work at festivals and how you can get involved visit, visit oxfam.org.uk/generationwhy
LAST YEAR'S WINNER...
To discover just how good a prize it is, read last year's blogs from our 2006 Dream Summer winner, Anna Hyams, at the festivals below...
You must be aged 18 or over to enter. The closing date for entry is 28 May. Full Terms and Conditions here. Texts cost £1.50 with 20p from every entry received going to Oxfam.